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1940 - NYC premiere of "The Marines Fly High" starring Lucille Ball, filmed in Placerita Canyon [story] Marines Fly High


Canyon Country Crime Report for May 1-14, 2017
Here is the Canyon Country Crime Information and Public Safety Report for May 1-14, 2017:

05/01/17
Commercial Burglary- 20800 block of Centre Pointe Parkway
One suspect was arrested after he stole the victim’s purse from her unlocked vehicle and used the stolen credit card to purchase an apple iPad from local Walmart. The victim obtained a description of the suspect from Walmart loss prevention and called the police while maintaining a visual on the suspect pending deputies arrival. The suspect was arrested and all property was returned to victims.

Grand Theft Auto- Kesley Street x Highpoint Place
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s vehicle which was parked near the above location.

05/02/17
Attempt Vehicle Burglary- 18400 block of Oak Canyon Road
Person(s) unknown shattered the front passenger window to the victim’s vehicle. No property was taken.

Grand Theft Auto- Canyon Park Boulevard x Jason Drive
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s vehicle which was parked near the above location.

05/03/17
Residential Burglary- 28000 block of Croco Place
Person(s) unknown forced entry into the victim’s residence through a kitchen window. The victim could not find anything out of place or missing.

Grand Theft Auto- 17900 block of Wellhaven Street
Person(s) unknown stole the victim’s vehicle which was parked near the above location.

05/04/17
Grand Theft- 20400 block of Soledad Canyon Road
Person(s) unknown stole cash and a violin from the victim’s closet.

Shoplifting- 18500 block of Soledad Canyon Road
One suspect was arrested for taking store items and making no attempt to pay for the items.

Aggravated Assault- 18200 block of Soledad Canyon Road
One suspect was arrested after she smashed the victim’s head into a bathroom wall numerous times during an argument regarding the victim dating the suspect’s ex-boyfriend.

05/08/17
Vehicle Burglary- 18700 block of Kimbrough Street
Person(s) unknown forced entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole baseball equipment.

05/09/17
Aggravated Assault- 26700 block of Flo Lane
The victim stated she was struck numerous times in the face by her friend during an argument about how she made him homeless.

Residential Burglary- 26900 block of Flo Lane
Person(s) unknown forced entry into the victim’s garage and stole $20 in rolled coins, and a purse containing credit cards in the victim’s name.

Robbery- Jakes Way x Manzanita Lane
One suspect was arrested after he attempted to rip a laptop from the victim’s hands while she was holding her infant daughter. The suspect was unsuccessful in obtaining the computer. During the investigation, the suspect was additionally charged with child endangerment and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Vehicle Burglary- 27200 block of Cloverhurst Place
Person(s) unknown forced entry into the victim’s vehicle and stole the registration and $35 in cash.

05/12/17
Aggravated Assault- 18000 block of Soledad Canyon Road
The victim was stabbed in the upper left arm during a physical altercation between his girlfriend and ex-girlfriend. The victim and his girlfriend ran away after the incident where police and medical personnel arrived and treated him for none life threatening injuries.

05/13/17
Commercial Burglary- 27200 block of Camp Plenty Road
Person(s) unknown forced entry into a business near the above location and stole the cash register which contained approximately $250 in cash.

MAKE AN ONLINE POLICE REPORT
The following incidents can be reported online:
-Lost or stolen cell phone valued $950 or less
-Lost or stolen property valued $950 or less
-Theft from an unlocked vehicle valued $950 or less
-Theft from an open or unsecured area valued $950 or less
To make a report go to the SCV Station Homepage http://www.santaclarita.lasd.org and click the link on left side- Make An Online Police Report

If you have any questions, please contact Canyon Country Crime Prevention Deputy Jonathan Wilson at 661-255-1121 Ext. 5159 or e-mail: jrwilson@lasd.org.

FW by: Shirley Miller, Public Information Officer
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department
Phone: (661)255-1121 ext. 5804
E-mail: s1miller@lasd.org

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Thursday, Mar 4, 2021
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